If God is for me . . . who can be against me?

My Word is an unquenchable FIRE . . .


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Yes! There Are Absolutes!

By June Sheltrown Reinke



“There are absolutes,” says The LORD.


“Not everything is flexible and pliable.  I AM not.  I do not fit into the culture or the ideals and ideas of others.


“I will not bend and kneel to the desires of others to please them.  I do not compromise truth so that I can mediate and come to the middle of the road.  I AM the Sovereign, and what I did in the past, I will perform today and always. My Word does not change.


“I will not change. My will shall not change to fit into the mold of others, but they are to confirm to My Will,” says The LORD.


“I have given you the absolute Way, the absolute Truth, and the Absolute Life, with no possible changes.  My Word cannot be extinguished — for it is an unquenchable fire.


“My Love is unimpeachable and immutable.  You cannot perfect that which is already perfect, and you cannot complete that with is already complete and you cannot fill that which is already full.


“I will PERFECT that which concerns YOU, and FILL you with My Love, Fill you with My Holy Spirit, Fill you with My infallible Word that will produce pure and holy faith that will bring you to the complete and perfect Work that I have ordained for your life, and you will be without spot, wrinkle or blemish and ready for My return, as I MAKE YOU a preparation of My gospel of peace.


“And you will be that written epistle, know n and read by others,” says The LORD.




By June Sheltrown Reinke



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In The Midst Of The Songs Of Deliverance

By Thomas Downes



In The Midst Of The Songs Of Deliverance


For such a time as this, The LORD is giving visions and dreams that are being synchronized, and interconnected.


They are given and seen, all at the same time, by The Spirit of The LORD.  He is The LORD Who Sees, and the God Who Knows.


The visions are interactive visions; having a connectivity between them in ways never seen by the eyes of man; but will be made known by revelation through The Spirit of The LORD.


“But the natural man does not accept the things of the Spirit, for they are foolishness to him. Neither can he know them for they are spiritually discerned,”   1 Corinthians 2:14.


Yes, these are the deep things of God.


But no man or woman can receive it all at once.  Yet, One Man, Christ Jesus, the Son of God, is being made manifest, being made known.  For the testimony of Jesus Christ is the Spirit of Prophecy. (Revelation 20:10).


“But when the Comforter has come, Whom I will send unto you from The Father, even The Spirit of Truth, Who proceeds from the Father; He shall testify of Me.”   John 15:26.


Jesus said: “Everything that The Father has is Mine; and the Holy Spirit, Whom the Father will send in My Name, He will take from what is Mine and show it unto you.”


It is “Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit, says The LORD.”


The LORD has a walk for you to follow and to fulfill.  It is filled with the tremendous promise of the keys of the Kingdom of God, where the gates of hell will not prevail against you.


The Keys of The Kingdom gives you a breaker anointing that releases captives, moves mountains, heals the sick, raises the dead, breaks the rocks, and restores the years that have been eaten and wasted away by unbelief,


“Is not My Word like fire, and like a hammer that shatters the rocks?”   Jeremiah 23:29.


“I send forth My Word; it will not return to Me void, it will accomplish the purpose for which I sent it,”   Isaiah 55:11.


You have been placed in a position that leads a charge of warriors on the offensive against strongholds, to pull them down to be destroyed.  An army of warriors casting down imaginations and trampling them under your feet.


A war cry that shakes the adversary’s minions to the core, losing all traction they may have had against the knowledge of God.  The people who do know their God, shall be strong and do mighty exploits,”   Daniel 11:32.


“For this purpose was the Son of God manifest, to destroy the works of the evil one,”   1 John 3:8.


Jehovah Nissi, The LORD Your Victory, has placed you in the midst of the songs of deliverance, the realm of The Holy Spirit where the vision of your overcoming, overwhelming, indwelling of the Spirit, will realize its rightful place.


The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit empowers the fulfillment of deliverance.


“And The LORD is that Spirit, for where the Spirit of The LORD is, there is freedom,”   2 Corinthians 3:17.








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“No, I Have Never Left You Alone!”

By Thomas Downes



The believer is never alone.


There are more that be with you, than be with them.  There are legions of Angels that are doing battle against the forces of evil that are trying their best to separate you from the knowledge of His Presence.


But The Holy Spirit is always there to help you see, as your “Helper, Comforter,” that you have the indwelling of His Presence.


A full, covered glass of water moves as one; the water isn’t trying to catch up with a covered glass.  Neither is the covered glass struggling to keep up with the water.


But when you take off the cover on the glass, the water is hard to contain when you move too quickly.  When you try to run with the water glass without the cover, you will spill the water.


Your adversary the devil wants to keep you on the run, running in life without your covering, keeping you busy, occupied, preoccupied, out of time, unable to contain the indwelling Holy Spirit, so that you would not have the power to resist him.


That is how he stops you, IF you let him, from being all that you have been called by The LORD to be.


“Your adversary the devil roams about as a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. Resist him therefore in the faith knowing full well that your brothers in the world are experiencing the same things,”   1 Peter 5:8.


“God is not the author of confusion but of peace,”   1 Corinthians 14:33.


The LORD is saying “No, I have never left you alone, to be subject to the wiles of your enemy, but to stand in the full assurance of faith. to know My Presence, to know My Love, to enter My rest.


You will obtain more in Me in the rest I have for you.  Believe Me while in rest.  Let go!


I AM doing more while you rest, than you will ever do while you are striving in the world.


Stop the unbelief.  I call you out from it.  Enter My rest,” says The LORD.


“There is now, therefore a rest for the people of God,”   Hebrews 4:9-11.


“The Voice of The LORD is powerful; The Voice of The LORD is full of Majesty,”   Psalm 29:4.




By Thomas Downes








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The Reason for His Birth

By Greg Laurie







“For the Son of Man came to seek and save those who are lost.”

—Luke 19:10



All around us are reminders that Christmas is here. Of course, we’ll be thinking a lot this month about the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem. But why did Jesus come to this earth?


Jesus was born in a stable in Bethlehem to save us from our sin.


In fact, Jesus revealed the reason He came to this earth when he was talking to a man from Jericho named Zacchaeus. He was a tax collector, which means that he took advantage of people. Zacchaeus effectively ripped people off. He didn’t have a friend in the entire place. No one wanted anything to do with him.


When Jesus showed up in Jericho one day, it was a big deal. Everyone wanted to get a look at Him. If that were happening today, everyone would be asking for a selfie. The problem was that Zacchaeus was too short to see above the crowd. So he climbed a tree to get a view of Jesus.


Can you imagine Zacchaeus’s shock when Jesus stopped, looked up, made eye contact with him, and called him out by name? Jesus told him, “Quick, come down! I must be a guest in your home today” (Luke 19:5 NLT).


Zacchaeus was overjoyed, and he welcomed Jesus into his house. But the people of the city criticized this saying, “He has gone to be the guest of a notorious sinner” (verse 7 NLT).


Exactly. After all, how can you reach a sinner if you don’t spend some time with him? Jesus said, “For the Son of Man came to seek and save those who are lost” (verse 10 NLT). That’s why He came: to seek and save lost people.


That day, Zacchaeus walked into his home a sinner and walked out a saint. That’s what spending time with Jesus will do.


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10.11 | 06:23

Yes beloved . . . of course it is!!!!! Today! Yesterday and Forever!!!!!

08.11 | 09:41

Amen, I receive it in the Almighty Name of Jesus for family, friends, neighbor's, people in our lives, and myself according to Gods will. Amen

08.11 | 08:11

I see the date on this is May 31, 2016. Does it still apply to today? This is just so beautiful.

06.10 | 06:30

Awesome prayer for supreme court justice . . .

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